The number of farmers that would be needed to support a rural economy is rising as the number of people moving into rural areas increases.
This is in stark contrast to the UK where farm land is generally more affordable.
There are over 8 million people living in rural areas in England and Wales and a further 12 million people who live in cities.
There is also a growing demand for agricultural labour.
The Department of Agriculture has said that the number and types of vacant farms are rising in England.
But what are vacant farms and how do they work?
Read moreA vacant farm is a business which is no longer actively engaged with farming.
There may be an open or vacant farm in one of the five boroughs of London, or a vacant land in a small rural community.
There can also be a vacant tract in a farm or a business park.
It is not uncommon for vacant farms to be owned by the same person for over 50 years, meaning they can have multiple owners and have been vacant for a long time.
There will often be vacant lots which may be occupied by a single business or family for a period of time.
A vacant land is the same as an agricultural land and the same rules apply.
However, a vacant agricultural land is not the same in the UK as an empty one, and can be sold and rented to other farmers.
This can be done in the countryside, in a business centre or in a building in a community.
For example, a small vacant lot in South Gloucestershire, owned by a local farmer, can be used to build a large commercial or industrial building.
However the land has to be cleared to make the land suitable for commercial or manufacturing use.
The Government also provides an additional incentive to vacant farmers, which is called the Rural Land Fund (RLF).
The RLF allows farmers to borrow money for a fixed period to buy land in the community.
These loans can be paid off at the end of the loan term.
In return, the farmer pays the loan back to the Government and pays interest on the loan.
The loan is repaid over a period from three to 15 years.
The amount of interest paid is capped at a rate of 3 per cent of the amount borrowed.
The amount of money paid is limited to the amount that the farmer can borrow and is not tied to the farm’s income.
The RLF has been introduced since 2011, and the Government said that it had helped to support thousands of vacant rural properties in the past two years.
However there has been a decline in the number vacant rural lots since 2015.
The Rural Land Scheme was set up in 2006 to provide incentives to encourage people to buy and redevelop vacant land.
It has been extended to cover a further £150m worth of vacant land over the past five years.
There are currently over 2.5 million vacant lots in England, with the Government providing an additional £10m to help with vacant land clearance and maintenance.
In 2016, the Government announced that they were setting up a Rural Growth Fund, which would provide incentives for farmers to purchase and redevelop land.
This fund would help with a range of issues, including the cost of clearing and clearing operations, land use planning, land conservation and planning, and farm management and management of wildlife.
The RGLF is a government-funded scheme that will run for five years and is designed to help farmers to buy, clear and maintain vacant agricultural and commercial land.
The fund is being funded by a special subsidy for rural landowners, which will be paid from the Agricultural Land Reform Fund, or AERF, which also provides loans to farmers for the acquisition and operation of agricultural land.
There is a £10,000 limit on the amount of land that can be bought for the scheme, and there is no limit on how much money a farmer may be allowed to borrow for the purchase of vacant agricultural or commercial land in England for the next five years, which means there are no limits on the number or types of farms that can go into the scheme.
This scheme has been designed to address issues that farmers have been having with land prices and the lack of supply in the market.
The RGLP has been an ongoing initiative, with a target of meeting 100,000 vacant vacant farms over five years by 2020.
In 2017, the RGL Fund also provided the Government with a loan to help rural businesses get into the market for vacant agricultural properties.
The scheme also provides the Government, through the Rural Growth Scheme, with loans to assist farmers to develop their farm operations, including acquiring and developing land for farm land.
In 2018, the Rural Development Authority (RDA) announced that it would be introducing the Rural Housing Support Scheme (RHSS) which would allow small and medium sized businesses to apply for a loan from the RDA for the cost and the time of building and running their own vacant and commercial buildings in their community.
This loan would help to support businesses to develop the rural economy, and to support local people to move into